Peninsula


Chamber calls for urgent beach repair

The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce has called on Central Coast Council to urgently allocate funds to maintain and repair beachfront accesses including the disability access well ahead on the next…



Wales elected for 20th year

Peninsula Chamber of Commerce president Mr Matthew Wales has been re-elected for a 20th consecutive year in office. “This is a very critical period for our local business community with…



Council goes for 50-50 dredge funding

Central Coast Council has agreed to apply for 50-50 funding to dredge Ettalong Channel following a fortnight of sustained community and political pressure, which saw 400 residents attend a meeting…



Cruiser rescued in channel

Marine Rescue Central Coast was called to the Brisbane Water Channel on Saturday, April 14, when a 12-metre cruiser ran aground. At around 10:55am, the skipper of the vessel contacted…


Council seeks marine income figures

Central Coast Council will seek information from relevant NSW government agencies to determine the income to the NSW Government from the marine activities in Brisbane Waters, following the latest Council meeting. The…




Peninsula library could close

One of the Peninsula’s libraries could be closed, discussion at the latest meeting of Central Coast Council has revealed. Cr Troy Marquart raised the possibility of library closures on the Peninsula…


Graffiti removed from underpass

The Rotary Club of Woy Woy has continued its graffiti removal project by removing graffiti on the walls of the pedestrian underpass on Rawson Rd. This is an area they…


Money announced to co-fund dredging

The NSW Government has announced it will make $1.5 million available to co- fund maintenance dredging work across the State in the coming financial year, according to Member for Terrigal…




Students learn beach safety

Year 1 students and teachers from Umina Beach Public School have been on a Beach Safety Excursion, principal Ms Lyn Davis has reported. “We noted all the ways we can be…